Monthly Archives: April 2016

A different type of nature


The Memphis Tennessee area is not well known for nature. There’s a lot of flat land and pretty much nothing to see except the cityscapes. However, I do often find peace in old graveyards. As morbid and taboo as that sounds for many, the dead are dead and there’s plenty of artistic value to see. Elmwood Cemetery in Memphis on a rainy boring day.     Equipment used: Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 12-24mm f/4G IF-ED Zoom Lens Nikon D810 camera Adobe Lightroom CC

The “why?”


Many things in life are always about “why”? The problem is that sometimes that “why” is either poorly defined or completely, nay, — dead wrong. So why here? Why now? Why another website? Nearly a year ago, I broke my back and it completely changed my life. In an attempt to get high-speed internet, I fell through the attic hooking up cable. I did finish that task later that night by the way. It hurt. It felt as if I were going to die. I refused to go to the doctor because I thought it was simply a soft tissue injury. […]

Get out and enjoy nature free this week in all national parks


Bored? Need a refreshed mind and spirit? See what mother nature can do for you during Nation Park Week. All national parks in the United States have free entry. It's National Park Week. #FindYourPark find Bambie. It's free. #ShenandoahNationalPark pic.twitter.com/Drg9q6IR7M — Michael Finkle 父 (@NatureCrank) April 18, 2016 About the photo: This doe popped out on a foggy morning on the Appalachian Trail in the Shenandoah National Park. It was taken with the Nikon D7200 and the Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II AF-S Nikkor Zoom Lens